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Ranked #151 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Race Car Tracks
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Ranked #152 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: State Parks
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Ranked #153 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Golf Courses
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Ranked #154 of 235 attractions in Maui
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Ranked #155 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Gardens
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Ranked #156 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Caverns/ Caves
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Ranked #157 of 235 attractions in Maui
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Ranked #158 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Hiking Trails
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Ranked #159 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Museums; Specialty Museums
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Ranked #160 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: State Parks
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Ranked #161 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Historic Sites; Museums
Owner description: The Baldwin Home was built in 1834 and served as the home of a practicing physician, Rev. Dwight Baldwin who is credited... more » Owner description: The Baldwin Home was built in 1834 and served as the home of a practicing physician, Rev. Dwight Baldwin who is credited for saving the people of Maui, Molokai and Lanai from the scourge of smallpox during the terrible epidemic of 1853. The home itself, its household furniture, aged photographs, artifacts, displays and library present a fascinating picture of the busy Sandwich Isles life as lived by a missionary who was both a physician and a constructive community force. « less
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Ranked #162 of 235 attractions in Maui
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Ranked #163 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #164 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Gardens
Owner description: Maui Nui Botanical Gardens is a six acre botanical garden nestled in the heart of Kahului, Maui, Hawai‘i. Unlike other... more » Owner description: Maui Nui Botanical Gardens is a six acre botanical garden nestled in the heart of Kahului, Maui, Hawai‘i. Unlike other botanical gardens statewide, MNBG is the only botanical garden in the State of Hawai‘i that primarily features collections of Native Hawaiian and Polynesian-introduced plant species within a coastal sand dune environment. The garden showcases Hawaiian plant collections that are specific to the islands of Maui Nui (Maui, Moloka‘i, Lāna‘i, Kaho‘olawe, and Molokini) and many are endangered and/or endemic to the islands. « less
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Ranked #165 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Scenic Drives; Bodies of Water
Located in the town of Hana, Maui, Hana bay is known for great swimming and snorkeling.
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Ranked #166 of 235 attractions in Maui
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Ranked #167 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #168 of 235 attractions in Maui
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Ranked #169 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Gardens
Owner description: Experience the tropical splendor of the Enchanting Floral Gardens. Nestled on the slopes of Haleakala at 2500ft, lies Maui's... more » Owner description: Experience the tropical splendor of the Enchanting Floral Gardens. Nestled on the slopes of Haleakala at 2500ft, lies Maui's premier botanical paradise. With over 2000 species of breath taking tropical and semi tropical plants, some of which are endemic to the Hawaiian Islands, as well as many others from around the world. Spread amongst 8 glorious acres, the Enchanting Floral Gardens beckons photographers and nature lovers alike. Take the meandering path, and let the natural beauty of every step be your guide. A paradise within paradise. "In my nostrils still lives the breath of flowers that perished twenty years ago." -Mark Twain in Letters from Hawai'i « less
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Ranked #170 of 235 attractions in Maui
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Ranked #171 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Parks; Gardens
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Ranked #172 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Educational Sites
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Ranked #173 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Performances
Owner description: Cirque Polynesia is Hawaii’s one-and-only cirque show featuring modern-day performing arts ingeniously blending theatrical... more » Owner description: Cirque Polynesia is Hawaii’s one-and-only cirque show featuring modern-day performing arts ingeniously blending theatrical innovation and physical virtuosity. The 60-minute show features some of the world’s best cirque artists from Mongolia, Chile, Peru, Brazil, the West and East Coast and our beautiful State of Hawaii. Performances include everything from aerial acrobatics 33-feet above ground, spine-bending contortion, rhythmic dance routines, traditional Hawaiian chants to tests of balance and conditioning that push the human body to its limits. Cirque Polynesia is performed six nights a week at the outdoor Maui Moon Theatre only at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa. If you love Cirque Du Soleil and circuses, you will LOVE Cirque Polynesia! « less
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Ranked #174 of 235 attractions in Maui
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Ranked #175 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Hiking Trails
A great hiking trail on the road to Hana.
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Ranked #176 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Beaches
This beach is very popular among Maui's residents.
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Ranked #177 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Historic Sites
This jail dates back to the 1800s.
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Ranked #178 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Hiking Trails
Hike down the world's largest volcanic crater.
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Ranked #179 of 235 attractions in Maui
Category: Religious Sites; Cemeteries
Owner description: Both Waiola (which means "Water of Life") Church and the Waiola (or Waine'e) Graveyard next to it figure heavily into Maui's... more » Owner description: Both Waiola (which means "Water of Life") Church and the Waiola (or Waine'e) Graveyard next to it figure heavily into Maui's history. Many important figures from the early days of Hawaiian colonization are buried here, the famous next to the unknown, and perhaps more importantly, the Hawaiian next to the Western. « less
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Ranked #180 of 235 attractions in Maui
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